Scholar and Feminist Conference XVII program, 1990

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The Seventeenth Annual

Scholar and Feminist Conference

Apocalypse Now? Race and Gender in the Nineties

 


            
PROGRAM

Check—in at Barnard Hall 8:50 a.m.—9:00 a.m.

‘  MORNING SESSION

9:00 a.m.—l0:30 a.m.

Welcoming Remarks Ellen V. Futter, President of Barnard College

Conference Opening: Temma Kaplan, Director of the Barnard Center for Research on Women

Keynote Addresses: Ruth Messinger, Manhattan Borough President “Prospects for Race and Gender Relations in New York” Hazel Carby, Critic, Yale University “Racism in the Academy”

 MORNING PLENARIES ‘-"#- 10230 a.m.—12:15 p.m.

1. DOMINATING WOMEN

THROUGH REPRODUCTION

Joan Bertin, Associate Director of the \X/omen’s Rights Project of the ACLU

Suzanne Lynn, Assistant Attorney General of the State of New York in charge of the Civil Rights Bureau

2. POLITICAL ORGANIZATION

AND SPIRI TUAIJ TY

Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz, Union Theological Seminary

Joyjames, Miami University School of Interdisciplinary Studies

LUNCH .4

3. AFFIRMATI VE ACTION.-

WHERE WE ARE HEADED

Denise Carty-Bennia, Barnard ’69, Northeastern University Law School and the City University Law School at Queens College

4. THE RACE—GENDER SYSTEM

AND SOCIAL CHANGE

Barbara Omolade, City University of New York

Rosalind Petchesky, Director of Women‘s Studies, Hunter College, City University of New York

12:50 p.m.—l:50 p.m.

 

V. I K’. ,.

 

  

Barnard College

Columbia University

3009 Broadway

New York, New York 10027-6598

The Barnard Center for Research on Women

SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL SCHOLAR AND FEMINIST CONFERENCE Saturday, April 7, 1990

PROGRAM CHANGE

Plenary No. 8 - Myths About Teen Pregnancy

Tracy Huling is unable to attend. Plenary will be led by:

Michele Cahill

Vice President and Director

School in Community Services Academy for Educational Development

and

Constencia Narren

Director

The Support Center of Educational Equity for Young Mothers

Academy for Educational Development

 AFTERNOON SESSION  i** 2:00 p.m.—3:0O p.m.

_/()1/VT REID I.1:‘CT[/REl\’S

Joycelyn Elders, M.D., Director of the Arkansas Board of Public Health

FOR 1990:

Maxine Hong Kingston, Writer “Tripmaster Monkey: Chaos

“Adolescent Sexuality and and Peace” School-Based Clinics”  ?_:_f AFTERNOON PLENARIES 

5:15 p.m.—5:15 p.m.

5. M Ul.TICUl.TURA1.

(,)RGANIZING: DE V1:'1,()PlNG

A NTIRACIST STRA TI:'GII:'S

Beth Richie, Program in Community Health Education,

Hunter College, City University

of New York

Stephanie Roth, Management and Antiracism Consultant and Trainer

6. I1ANI).MAI[)’S TALE IN

THE BR/l1"1:'NI:‘VV W()R1.D: I’RIfGN/1N7’ W()iWI:‘N AN!) DRUG ABUSE

Lynn Paltrow, Reproductive

Freedom Proje"ct of the ACLU

RECEPTION

"T W()]lIEN ()l" C()L()l\’ IN

THE AR TS

Isabel Nazario, Museum Associate of the New York State (Iouncil on the Arts

Judith Wilson, Art Historian, Columbia University and Syracuse University

Yong Soon Min, Visual Artist and Activist

8. WI YT]-[S AB( )1 ,7 7‘ T[:‘[:'/V

/’RI:'(I/VANCY

Tracy Huling, Director of Public Policy for the Correctional Association of New York

5:30 p.m.—6:30 p.m.

Academic Coordinator Temma Kaplan

Conference Coordinators Bernita Dorch Ruth Farmer Temma Kaplan Kim Kupperman